On March 21 morning, Ronald Egan, Confucius Institute Professor of Sinology at Stanford University, gave a lecture titled “Li Qingzhao and the Reception History on Her Literature” at Hunan University (HNU). The lecture was hosted by HNU Collage of Chinese Language and Literature and HNU International Chinese Studies Research Center. Prof. Niu Hairong from the Collage of Chinese Language and Literature presided over the lecture.
Prof. Ronald Egan chose the most representative and enlightening problems occurred in the research of Li Qingzhao to share with students. Teachers from the Collage of Chinese Language and Literature also discussed with Prof. Ronald Egan on sinology studies in the USA.
Students present at the lecture were deeply impressed by Prof. Ronald Egan’s rigorous scholarship and his modesty.
Prof. Ronald Egan received his PhD from Harvard University. Currently he serves as Confucius Institute Professor of Sinology of the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures at Sanford University. The sinologist specializes in literature and culture of the Tang and Song dynasties.